If you have configured Visual Studio with some non-default Micro Focus settings, you can use the available import and export Visual Studio mechanisms to export these settings as a file and import them info other instances of Visual COBOL for Visual Studio installed on other machines.
You can avail of the automatic settings synchronization feature inside Visual Studio. Make sure you're logged in with your MSDN account to all instances of Visual Studio you are working with in order for any changes to the IDE settings on one machine to be automatically applied to instances of Visual Studio on other machines.
To export the Micro Focus-specific IDE configuration settings to a file:
The Micro Focus settings are available under the Micro Focus Tools node and in Options > Text Editor.
This creates a settings file with a .vssettings extension in the specified location.
To import any Micro Focus-specific IDE configuration settings available as a Visual Studio .vssettings file:
Visual COBOL supports synchronization of some of the COBOL settings in the IDE. If you're logged in to Visual COBOL for Visual Studio on multiple machines using your MSDN account, changes to some of the IDE-related settings on one machine will automatically be applied to the Visual Studio instances on the other machines. The following settings will be synchronized:
For information about how settings synchronization works, refer to the Visual Studio help.